Inter target Gareth Bale has revealed that he would consider playing his football outside of the Premiership.
The Welshman has many admirers in the peninsula, especially Inter following his stellar performances against the Nerazzurri in the Champions League this term.
Although he's presently tied to Tottenham in England, he has given hope to the likes of Inter and other top foreign clubs who are keen on his services.
"I left home when I was 15, if I leave the Premier League, learn another language and see another country then I will grow as a person," he told Spanish newspaper AS.
"If there is a great opportunity then that has to be considered seriously. You never know what may happen but I have no fear about leaving the country."
Bale would not come cheap though, with speculation claiming that he is valued at over €30m by Spurs.
"I am playing the best football of my career with Tottenham," he continued.
"It just seems like they are talking about someone else when people are discussing how much I would cost and who would sign me."
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